Chicken fried chicken breasts distributed to Walmart stores may contain foreign materials, including metal.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Advance Pierre Foods in Oklahoma is recalling approximately 1,200 pounds of chicken fried chicken breasts. The USDA reports the food may contain small pieces of metal after a metal tool fell into a meat grinder. Walmart has also posted the recall information on its corporate website. According to the USDA, the meat was distributed to a number of states, including Missouri. The following products are included in the recall: More details and the "best by" date can be found here. Consumers are advised to call AdvancePierre Consumer Affairs at (855) 328-8888 with questions about the recall.
The Craft Alliance is offering one week of Art Camps between Christmas and the New Year.
Sometimes the best holiday gifts for kids are not objects but experiences. This winter, the Craft Alliance at 6640 Delmar is offering Art Camps for kids from Monday, Dec. 27 to Friday, Dec. 31. The camp is open to children ages 4 to 15. With a variety of artistic options from which to choose, sending your children to a week of camp may be the creative jolt they need to build personal skills and to concentrate on something more intellectually stimulating than video games and Zhu Zhu Pets. "In our camp program, the kids come for three hours, five days in a row, and they work with faculty members who are also artists," said Luanne Rimel, Senior Director of Education and Exhibition Programs at Craft Alliance. "We try to make them fun because…